Read about EEA’s latest news and developments.

Chain State – June 12, 2018

Joseph Lubin: Cryptocurrency “Orders of Magnitude” More Disruptive Than Dotcom

Joseph Lubin, Ethereum’s co-founder and founder of blockchain company Consensys, said Tuesday that cryptocurrency and blockchain technologies were “orders of magnitude more disruptive” than the dot-com bubble at MoneyConf, Dublin’s most prominent FinTech conference, despite the market’s lackluster performance in recent months.

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PYMNTS – June 8, 2018

Mastercard Seeks Blockchain-Based Payment Verification Patent

To verify payment cards at the point of sale (POS), Mastercard is looking into blockchain technology. In a filing with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), the company said it has devised a process to send and retrieve payment credentials through a “publicly accessible blockchain,” CoinDesk reported.

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Medium – June 7, 2018

iIDHub officially joins Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), opening up a new internationalization journey

今日,IDHub基金会宣布,加入EEA的相关手续已全部履行完毕,正式加入企业以太坊联盟(EEA),成为联盟新成员。基于以太坊技术平台,IDHub将实现底层区块链架构、区块链数字身份技术与以太坊的链通,从而全面融入以太坊开发及社区生态系统。依靠EEA的联盟资源和力量,IDHub基金会将与合作伙伴共同推动提高以太坊区块链的隐私、安全性和扩展性,使其更加适用于企业应用。

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Jaxenter – June 6, 2018

Blockchain puts a whole new spin on the DevOps process

Blockchain applications might not be easy to use but that’s about to change. We talked with Andrei Anisimov and Albert Santalo of 8base about the DevOps/blockchain combination, the adoption rate of this technology and how it can become more accessible to developers.

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InfoQ – May 28, 2018

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Announces Client Specification 1.0

On May 16th, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) released the Enterprise Ethereum Client Specification 1.0 which is an open, cross-platform distributed ledger framework. The focus of this framework is to create a standards-based, enterprise-ready approach to building blockchain applications while avoiding multi-protocol proprietary approaches.

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InfoQ – May 28, 2018

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Announces Client Specification 1.0

On May 16th, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) released the Enterprise Ethereum Client Specification 1.0 which is an open, cross-platform distributed ledger framework. The focus of this framework is to create a standards-based, enterprise-ready approach to building blockchain applications while avoiding multi-protocol propriety approaches.

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Ethereum World News – May 18, 2018

Enterprise Blockchains Can Now Communicate Thanks To Ethereum (ETH)

On May 16th and amidst the conversation surrounding the Consensus Summit 2018, an organization known as the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) released an open source, cross-platform standards-based framework to speed up business transactions by facilitating interoperabiltiy between two or more business enterprises operating on different Ethereum based blockchains.

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Coin Central – May 18, 2018

This Week in Crypto: May 18, 2018

The market’s looking for support, folks. Ever since Bitcoin failed to break $10k, assets across the board have been bleeding and prices have yet to find a floor.

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Business 24 – May 17, 2018

Everything that might interest you, coming from consensus 2018

Even though there was no expected rise in Bitcoin price due to the Consensus 2018, there were still many interesting things happening in this year’s blockchain technology summit. Here’s a summarization of some of the most interesting news that came out in the first few days of Consensus 2018.

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